Convert a Gregorian date in numeric form to its equivalent Julian day number.
integer d(integer year,integer month, integer day)
Four-digit year (for example, 2013).
Two-digit month value (from 01 to 12).
Two-digit day value (from 01 to 31).
Returns the equivalent Julian day number.
- The difference between the d() and fj() functions is that d() requires a date to be supplied as three separate parameters, in a very specific format: yyyy,mm,dd, (such as
d( 2015, 12, 25)). fj(), by contrast, accepts a single date parameter whose format is flexible.
The following built-in setting(s) are supported: date order.